October 5, 2018 - reviewed by Texas
Love the trails. Staff are so nice.. hope to come back..
September 14, 2018 - reviewed by Skip
Just stopped for an overnight on a road trip. Great place for a longer stay than we could do, or a quick one. $28 for senior citizens rate. Front desk was a hoot ... very personable and great sense of humor. Wifi was better than most state parks we've stayed at. Bathrooms / shower rooms clean and well maintained. We'd stay again.
January 23, 2018 - reviewed by Dustin Gassert
We Love Henry Horton!
We have a 42ft 5th wheel, and can get in and out just fine. Spots are spaced out perfectly, bath houses are clean and nice. Lots of great Trails, and fishing right on the Duck River. This is our go to spot whenever we’re in the NASHVILLE area.
September 25, 2017 - reviewed by Tex
Nice park. Quiet and peaceful. I have 35' fifth wheel and had no problem. I saw some even longer and they had plenty of room too. Road has a lot of curves but is very manageable. Not all sites are level but all are asphalt. Nicely wooded and shade. Staff was nice. Restrooms were fairly clean and could have been a little better but they were ok. We will be back.
July 23, 2017 - reviewed by Jennifer
Nice sites. very private.
June 7, 2017 - reviewed by Lyman
Very updated clean cabins. I was amazed that not even the locals in Nashville have heard of this place. Cabin could sleep 6 for less than a $100 bucks a night the park ranger and staff that ran the hotel where very nice. If I was a local I would be back.
February 15, 2017 - reviewed by Steve & SUZANNE
Very updated campground. If you have slides front and rear thete is plenty of space on most sites. Nice hosts and looking forward to camping there again.
August 23, 2016 - reviewed by 37' Classic Newell
Not For Big Rigs
Wouldn't recommend for motorhome 35+'. Lots of trees and narrow road entry.
March 29, 2016 - reviewed by Carol & Steve
Henry Horton: Nice State Park
Nicely wooded Park. Well paved roads and site pads. Many, not all are level. Looks like recent improvements.Mix of shaded and partial. Concrete picnic tables- need to put down towel at seat to protect your clothing from snags. Firepit at each site. Bathhouses are spacous, cinder block constructed and plenty of hot water.
Duck Creek is more like a small River and runs along one end of the park. Grandkids caught Rockbass, Bluegill and Sunfish ?
We enjoyed our stay and will come back.